Microsoft has unveiled their full of life cameras named LifeCam VX-500,VX-5000 and the LifeChat LX-2000 headset which are all set to present the web-world to you. The webcams place themselves easily to any surface with its one-of-a-kind bendable attachment base.
The sleek cameras drop themselves in the affordable price ranges and will be ideal for any kind of computer, may it be a desktop or a mobile notebook. The cameras present themselves in a compact designs with the brightly colored ring around the front of the webcam in the colors Cool Blue, Lucky Green and Fire Red to provide personalization. The cameras deliver a VGA resolution quality and gel well with Windows Live Messenger. The difference between the two cameras is that the VX-5000 is a 1.3MP camera, whereas the VX-500 presents its basic webcam features, however the precise camera quality has not been mentioned.
“With the LifeCam VX-5000 we are changing the perception of webcams from boring and bulky to fun and flexible,” said Michael Cowan, product marketing manager for the Hardware Division at Microsoft. “We designed this LifeCam to match the experience its technology delivers — it’s all about fun and letting consumers share their personalities.”
The VX-500 and VX-5000 cameras also top up the cake with an icing of the Photo Swap feature which will allow users to swap and share digital pictures using Windows Live Messenger in a virtual photo album format and also hear the responses of family and friends using this feature.
To enhance the web experience, Microsoft also plans on launching a headset by the name of LifeChat LX-2000 which is compatible with Windows Live Messenger and provides Noise-Cancelling feature with digital USB technology which delivers excellent voice clarity.
The VX-5000 is set to launch in June for $49.95, VX-500 and LX-2000 will place themselves for sale this month at a price of $16.95 and $29.95 respectively.